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america. currently, physicians in rural areas are reimbursed less for medicare than their urban counterparts. h.r. 3962 will rume burs primary care physicians in rural areas, not only to equalize the disparity but to make rural communities more attractive to physicians. most of my district is considered a health professional shortage area. in my district in colorado, we have three counties with only practicing physician. we have one county with none at all. this bill will increase the number of physicians in all my counties and improve access for 106,000 medicare beneficiaries. this bill will expand insurance coverage to 111,000 currently uninsured citizens in my district. it will help 184,000 low-income families pay for their insurance. our current system is broken and it is time to fix it now. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas. mr. barton: mr. speaker, i want to recognize from the pelican state, a member of the committee, congressman scalise of new orleans for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. sca
wheelchairs, taxing pacemakers, taxing hearing aids. this bill is not right for america, it's not right for families, it's not right for small businesses and it's not right for seniors. we need real solutions. let's focus on reducing the costs, maybe, offer tax incentives, enact medical liability reform, allow people to buy insurance across state lines. these solutions bring lower costs and bring health care to those who really need it. mr. speaker, the most troubling aspect, though, of this bill is that it takes away freedom. and this freedom, mr. speaker, the house is not in order. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is correct. the house will be in order. mr. reichert: mr. speaker, the most troubling aspect of this bill is that it takes away freedom. and this freedom came through great sacrifice. the sacrifice of men and women throughout history of this great nation so that we could choose and live a free life. this bill takes away that freedom, the freedom to choose the health care that's right for you and your family, this bill takes away that freedom requiring every american to
: madam speaker, i rise today in strong support of h.r. 3962, the affordable health care for america act. choices regarding health care are some of the most personal decisions we make. the ability to choose one's doctor and decide on a course of treatment with one's physician is an american right and so is access to affordable health care. most of us can agree that our current health insurance system is broken. the cost of insurance has skyrocket nd recent years, leaving many families struggling to struggle or go without. others are denied insurance due to pre-existing conditions. saddling them with terrible medical debt when they need treatment. these treatments, along with other factors, madam speaker, have led to nearly 50 million americans without any health insurance. 71,000 live in my district. i urge the passage of this bill. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from new jersey reserves. the gentleman from minnesota is recognized. mr. kline: at this time, i'm very pleased to yield one minute to the gentlelady from north carolina, former member o
amendment soon of the welcome to a brand-new hour of america's news headquarters. >> it's been going on all day long. we have been keeping our eyes on it. all eyes right now on capitol hill house members debating this bill. it started earlier today. a full vote on the legislation is set to happen a little later on this evening. we thought maybe it would be sooner than later, but looks like -- they like it talk. i don't know if you're aware of that. they do like to talk. the president is issuing a last minute appeal for the overhaul at the white house earlier today. he did that earlier. watch this. >> the bill that the house has produced will provide stability and security for americans who have insurance, quality, affordable options for those who don't, and lower costs for american families and american businesses. and as i've insisted from the beginning, it is a bill that is fully paid for and will actually reduce our long-term federal deficit. this bill is change that the american people urgently need. >> there are some america does not need. the house also debating an amendment to ban fe
of tax cuts to the -- that america needs to security medical future. i want to say to our seniors, you can count on medicare, on a federal program for dignity and peace of mind in your golden years and that will not change. today we will vote to protect your access to your doctor, to encourage medicare physicians to cooperate on higher quality care, to keep your medicare solvent for longer and bring an end to the doughnut hole that leaves prescription drugs unaffordable for so many. i want to say to our small business men and women, i know your premiums keep going up and eachier they make it harder to stay in business, to compete with big business and with foreign firms. you deserve a fair playing field and in the insurance exchange marketplace you'll be able to buy coverage at the low group rates you're now being denied. i want to say to the 35 million americans without insurance who are forced to skip checkups and preventive care, forced it to return to the e.r. as the first and only line of defense, who live sicker and shorter lives, you will have what every man, woman and child has
: one out of every ten workers in america is not working. and not by choice. today's data show almost 16 million of people are looking for jobs a harsh reminder of the pain caused by the great recession. economist bruce kasman warns things are likely to get worse. >> i think it's a reasonable chance that by the time the labor market reaches its worst point, we are actually going to have the worst labor market that we've had in the united states since the great depression. and that's a pretty sobering reality. >> reporter: speaking of sobering, by one measure, the jobless rate is actually closer to 17.5%. that's the figure, if you include part-timers who would rather be full-time and people so discouraged looking for work, they've given up. however, today's report did have some glimmers hope. though the economy lost 190,000 jobs last month, that's still well below january's peak. economist milton ezrati says the creation of 34,000 temporary position in october is also a positive sign. >> what happens is-- at a turn in the economy-- and there's good evidence that we are seeing a turn towar
? >>> good morning, america. >> good morning. it is saturday, november 7th. >> and the nation is still reeling this morning. >> yeah. >> especially the friends, family members and service members of ft. hood, after that rampage that left 13 dead and 38 wounded. the flags are flying half-staff in washington and at military bases around the world this morning. ft. hood, the world's largest military installation. >> overnight, you're seeing pictures there. that's just last night. the community coming together, with a candlelight vigil to honor the victims. that followed a solemn solidarity, at u.s. bases around the world, as everyone paused for a moment of silence. there's so many unanswered questions about the shooting. we begin at ft. hood, with abc's ryan owens. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, kate. while this military community tries to absorb its loss, investigators are detailing more about the rampage and the woman, that civilian police officer, who helped to stop it. this morning, we have learned that her unit received special training in the aftermath of virginia te
to insurance. we don't have two political parties in this country, america. we have one party called the big government party. the republican wing likes deficits, war and assaults on civil liberties. the democratic wing likes wealth transfer, taxes and assaults on commercial liberties. both parties like power, and neither is interested in your freedom. think about it. government is the negation of freedom. freedom is your power and ability to follow your own free will and your own conscience. the government wants you to follow the will of some faceless bureaucrat. when i recently asked congressman james clyburn, the third ranking democrat in the house, to tell me where in the constitution the federal government is awghtsized to regulate everyone's healthcare, he replied that most of what congress does is not authorized by the constitution but they do it anyway. there you have it. congress recognized no limits on its power. it doesn't care about the constitution. it doesn't care about your inalienablites. it doesn't care about the liberties protected by the bill of rights t doesn't even read
and it ends today. the commissioning ceremony of the u.s.s. new york. welcome to a special edition of "america's news h.q.." jamie: this is a very special hour. did you know the bow on the navy's newest warship was forged from steel that once held up the world trade center? the u.s.s. new york will be commissioned into active military service in a ceremon -- ceremony on a manhattan pier. inspiration found on one of america's darkest days, september 11, 2001. nearly 3,000 americans killed when terrorists crashed airliners into the twin towers. some 7.5 tons of the steel that held up those towers preserved, built into a $1 billion warship, forged at a shipyard outside new orleans. now the u.s.s. new york comes full circle. laura engle is lucky enough to be live on pier 86 in new york city, where the commissioning will begin at any moment. laura, there must be so much excitement there. not only is she a beautiful vessel, she also has incredible capability. >> that's right. that's what everybody here has been talking about, jamie. just the sheer size that we have been marveling at all week long si
, backbone of america. this exempts 86% with a requimplete to increase the thresholds of exemption from $250,000 to $500,000 and it allows those employees to go into the exchange. small employers in the exchange, increase the size of employers, allowed to purchase coverage up to 100 employers of the first three years and permits additional expansion to large employers. a small business tax credit modifies the policy to limit it to two years to providing health care benefits to their employees. health insurance co-oop everyone s to establish not for compete insurance plans all in the vein of bringing down costs. it provides veterans and members of the armed forces insurance so they can have access to the exchange to paying health insurance if they choose and fulfill their responsibility to have qualified health insurance if they are enrolled in tricare. this legislation allows americans to keep their insurance. i'm proud of that. and as well, there is a definitive decline in the percentage that americans have to pay of their income for health insurance coverage. that is not the case now. and
the affordable health care for america act. the bill would more accurately be entitled, the big spending, big taxing, big entitlement, pelosi plan for big government takeover of america's health care act. despite house majority leader steny hoyer claiming that during their press conference that the health care bill was part of an open and transparent process to reform our health care system, the american people were oddly prohibited from even attending the liberal democrat's pub less -- publicity rally on the steps of the capitol. mr. speaker, this really isn't surprising considering the democrats habit of frozing -- freezing republicans out of the process. mr. speaker, the new pelosi plan looks and sounds starkly similar to the democrat's first attempts at a big government takeover of health care, h.r. 3200. that is because essentially it is the same big government socialist nonsense speaker pelosi introduced months ago. the same plan that caused nearly millions -- cause literally millions of american to speak out against it through letters, petitions, protests and by showing up to register
to represent his family, his church, and the state of utah, and the united states of america. >> reporter: a senior fbi official tells nbc news that a search of nidal malik hasan's e-mails, computers, and phone records has turned up nothing that would change the original assessment that he acted alone. investigators also found no notes or videos left behind by hasan. as the investigation into the shooting continues, a question has been raised about whether some of the victims were hit by friendly fire, given the number of wounds and shots reported. >> it's difficult for me to conceive of one man, an inexpert man, wielding two pistols, changing magazines to fire 100 shots with nothing further happening. >> reporter: the military though denies the friendly fire allegations. amid concerns that muslim-americans might now face a backlash as seen on this sign outside ft. hood, president obama in his internet address spoke about the value of diversity in the military. >> there are christians and muslims, jews and hindus, and nonbelievers thp they a er nonbelievers. they reflect the disveversity
there faster? or do good things come to those who wait? >>> good morning, america. >> good morning. it is saturday, november 7th. it's been less than 48 hours since 51 people were shot. and emotions still so raw around the country. flags at half-staff, in washington and around military bases around the world. the president has ordered the tribute to continue through veterans day, to honor the fallen. >> overnight, that community came together for a candlelight vigil to honor the victims. that followed a show of solemn solidarity at u.s. bases around the country, and indeed, around the world. u.s. military personnel, paused for a moment of silence. there's still so many unanswered questions about the shooting. we begin at ft. hood, with abc's ryan owens. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, to you, kate. while this community tries to absorb its massive loss, investigators are details more about the attack and the one woman, that civilian police officer, who did so much to stop it. investigators now believe more than 100 bullets were fired in a matter of minutes at ft. hood
to america's wars and now accused of committing one of the worst attacks ever at a military base on u.s. soil. tonight, we're learning more about major nidal mailk hasan who authorities say opened fire on fellow soldiers at fort hood in killeen, texas, yesterday. this was a day of mourning at the base where 12 soldiers and one civilian were killed in the massacre at a soldier readiness center. some were about to deploy overseas, others had just returned home. authorities now say 34 people were wounded, including hasan, who was initially counted among the dead. he's in critical but stable condition and has been moved to the brook army medical center in san antonio. thisa day of mourning at fort hd which has seen many of its soldiers head off to war never expecting to be attacked on their own base. our team of correspondents is covering every angle of this story, including every angle of the investigation. we begin with dean reynolds at fort hood and, dean, what's the latest? >> reporter: katie, fort hood is still reeling from this rampage and urgently asking how one of their own could possibly
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in baghdad i know military members support each other as family. america's extended military family across the world deeply care for our fellow family members at minority hood -- members at fort hood. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from missouri. mr. skelton: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that the gentleman from texas, mr. edwards, be permitted to control the remainder of my time. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. edwards: mr. speaker, i yield one minute to my friend and colleague, the chairman of the subcommittee on the house armed services committee, the subcommittee on readiness, the gentleman from texas, mr. ortiz, for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for one minute. mr. ortiz: mr. speaker, today i rise in honor of those service members who gave the ultimate sacrifice in support of our nation. my thoughts and prayers are with the families of the 12 soldiers and one civilian who were killed yesterday at fort hood and with the
-- mr. mccaul: yesterday marked a dark and painful chapter in america history and the state of texas. the people across this nation are devastated when they heard the news that soldiers and civilians of the united states army at fort hood, texas, were attacked by the least likely of assailants. it was, in short, an act of treason. i want to first thank my colleague and good friend, representative john carter of texas, who represents fort hood in his district, for introducing this legislation to give all members of congress the opportunity to stand here today and support of the brave men and women at fort hood and their families in such a time of trial. fort hood lies just north of my district, north of austin. it's in central texas, many of us all across this nation have constituents who have gone through fort hood to train for the wars in iraq and afghanistan. . i have had many constituents who trained at fort hood. yesterday was a drark chapter. in the aftermath we learned that 13 of our finest americans were killed and several dozen more were wounded. this senseless act of horror
area. baltimore is one of the top 10 best places in america to land a job. >> this man has been out of a job for 16 months and describes the job search process. >> without the necessary skills at my age, it is rather difficult for someone to give me an opportunity. >> friday, that opportunity finally came as he was able to land a job helping to baltimore city plus $66 million project for public housing improvements, a major sign that mayor dixon says the job market in the greater baltimore area is improving every day. >> this effort today he will create 92 jobs, will retrain individuals and assess them in the long term in the construction field. >> it seems baltimore is gaining national spotlight when it comes to jobs. the unemployment rate in september was 7.2%. that is well below the national rate. baltimore he ranked three as one of the best cities in the u.s. to find a job with only a d.c. and kansas city ahead of it. state labor officials say that is on the monetary >> we have an economy that has a great deal of federal contracting with their proximity to washington. we are in
has chosen to ignore the will of the people and say america you are wrong. we know what is best for you. this is bill is not what the american people want and not what the doctor ordered. >> reporter: as much of the cost republicans have objected to a government health insurance plan for people that can't obtain insurance on the private market. that plan was the considerable negotiation. it could lead to government paying for abortions, a compromise worked out with several dozen right to life democrats would allow people who have health insurance through that government plan to obtain abortion but only if if it was paid for by private money. that compromise can get a couple dozen democrats to support measure and that may need the vote it needs. >> gregg: thanks very much. >> julie: we'll turn to talk more about this. chief correspondent of the washington examiner, by ron york. do you think the decision will come down today, we're saying 8:00 to 8:30, will they get enough votes to pass the thing? >> the leadership intends that and i don't think they would have president obama com
lairty ensued but i want to know who was the dead guy in the casket. america is strong and resilient. and we'll pull through these tough times, we always have. and the companies building the internet are leading this technology driven recovery. more than one hundred billion dollars in private investment over the last two years has spurred innovation, launching new online service and content and put more than three million americans to work. an economic success story. expanding and growing by building a smarter, faster, safer internet. broadband for america: it's working. >>> in the mail bag tonight reaction to the massacre at ft. hood. nancy in springfield, virginia echoing much of the current speculation as to why mr. hasan went on that deadly rampage -- no doubt. there were better ways to express the frustration, the troubling question remains what went wrong with hasan so he could no longer see that. >>> and since the redskins soap opera is more fascinating than the games as of late we turn to craig from king george, virginia who has this to say to fans begging dan snyder to sel
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-thirds to three-fourths of every dollar spent on america is going to be spent by the federal government in some shape, for your. >> our plan was choice, bringing down costs and providing quality care. but the next went to the heart of the matter. she said, of course, she likes in health insurance. it's probably because he's never tried to ice it. >> reporter: no republicans are supporting the bill. negotiations with pro-life democrats went late into the night and produced a compromise about 40 members of congress it blocks the use of federal money for abortions for women who have to use the so called public option because they don't have private access to health insurance. protestors making their concerns with horns and could you bells, some of them are trying to gels inside, words of one, democratic supported rs of the health legislation can look them in the eye. this debated is likely to continue late but republicans stopped some of the procedural moves to vote down the rule, gathered all the republicans in the house. only about 15 democrats. that was a sign to some observers that it's going
on capital hill one final push before the house votes on legislation that could overhaul america's health care system. >> now is the time to finish the job. the bill that the house has produced will provide stability and security for americans who have insurance, quality affordable options for those who don't and lower costs for american families and american businesses. >> reporter: the president met privately with house democrats this morning, encouraging them to support the bill. the proposed reform would cost 1.2 trillion dollars over ten years and extend insurance to tens tv millions of americans. >> today we will make not only history but progress for america's working families. >> it is historic and all of us who sit in this chamber know that it will have a great effect on our people. >> reporter: not everyone is standing behind the president. revenues say they intend to owe poechz the legislation, calling it a government take over of the health care system. gop leaders believe the bill in its current form would damage the economy and erode doctor/patient relationships. >> we're go
speaking out about her violent relationship with chris brown telling abc's "good morning america" why she took him back then why she decided to leave. >>> hi. i have the honor of performing at the first cnn "heroes" an all star tribute recognizing every day people who change the world. i'm dedicating myself to help women to reach their full potential in life. now more than ever the world needs heroes. and i am thrilled to help cnn introduce one of this year's top ten honorees. >> how can i turn my back and walk away? i can't. because i know you wouldn't turn your back on me. >> nationwide, veterans are neglected, homeless, unacceptable. what branch of service? >> army. >> so was i. we are still brothers in arms, so no man left behind. my name is roy foster. my mission is to help and empower homeless veterans. if you're going to work for sobriety, you got to change. we provide services for veterans only, a safe, clean place to live, all their meals, mental health services, camaraderie. it is that internal glue. tell him one of his brothers in arms came looking for him and let him know, yea
for this amendment will tell america's doctors that we are committed to putting in place reforms that will allow them to do their job. interesting, we're talking about the ama a few moments ago. this is one of the top priorities for the american medical association. and one the reasons, quite frankly that they endorsed the democrat, the underlying bill. not doing this will actually negate any of the benefits to america's doctor that might occur within the bill. one of the other things that is so important to the nation's physicians is any next amendment. >> how many do you have? >> eight. the next would require medicare payments to be 25% what would be standard in the government or state-based programs. for too many, medicaid is -- puts is -- is an empty promise. it puts care on the reach of the citizens. those with medicaid find themselves unable to access services because medicaid pays less than than private ensurers. it pays even less than medicare. patient then realize that coverage does not equal rack sses. medicaid payment short falls cost shift and produce charity care. as worst, they refuse t
% of the women make up the ceo levels in corporate america and a lot of their husbands don't work, they stay home with the kids. if anything would go awry, i would bet those women would end up paying alimony. >> alimony is outdated in many respects, but if you've given up your career and your life and you've raised the children i think you're entitled to lifetime payments. my concern is that a lot of these proposals to the legislatures, they want to cut off alimony at retirement, when you turn 63 or 65, or retirement age. >> bonnie: this is kind of too long a topic for short discussion but given up their lives, how many women would say they gave up everything to have children as opposed to it was a choice and what they wanted to do with their lives? >>t is a choice but when you make decisions based on husbands and wives, who is going to take care of the children? if abody has been out of the workforce for ten years and tries to go back in, doesn't know how to use e-mail or powerpoint, you're taking yourself out of the workforce for a number of years, it's hard for you to catch up and you'll sta
and others were flown to delaware last night for autopsies. >>> all across america, flags are flig at half-staff at government facilities in memory of those who died in the rampage. several communities held candle light vigils. it can be easy behind the numbeo we want to share details. michael peerson wanted to study music. sergeant amy krueger was a high school basketball and softball player. she was one of the best people you could ever meet. and specialist jason hunt was recently married and about to he to iraq for the second time. his sister says hunt wanted to serve other people and live for something greater than himself. she was proud of her brother's bravery. >> you can expect someone who goes in the army, goes to iraq, you are hard rned for the worst. but you certainly never expect him to die at his base. >> i want to say that because it didn't happen overseas or in a combat situation doesn't make him any less a hero. my brother was the kind of person to jump in front of a bullet for somebody. i don't know the details but i know my brother and he was very brave in this situation.
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to offer america's soldiers. that is a news. coming up, daniel hammond joins me to weigh in on what of the copenhagen - hi, i'm halle berry, and as a new mom, i can tell you that childhood is a magical time. but for children with diabetes, life is not quite so carefree. the barbara davis center for childhood diabetes is fighting hard to find a cure. know the signs: irritability, excessive urination, weight loss. if you have any of these signs, please call your doctor. early detection can save your life. give to save lives and reach for the cure. call now or log on to sean: next month, leaders from around the world will converge on denmark to go to a climate change summit. this could produce a new global warming agreement that requires countries to drastically reduce their carbon emissions. the raises very serious questions right here in the u.s.. sweeping reductions could damage our economy. it is frightening to think that the president could hand over this country's sovereignty with one signature in copenhagen. joining us is the british member of th
any other group in america. i am in support of this public option. i tried to think of any other time in our history that we were so divided over an issue. we have so many congressman taking money from the insurance industry. in the civil war, southern states congressmen work make of -- made up of plantation owners and made money off the cotton industry. they did not want government coming between them and their cotton pickers. these men convinced poor white southerners to own slaves so they could keep getting richer. guest: we have seen a rapid decline. 15 years ago, there were 50% more people covered with health care insurance when it was provided by small businesses. every year, more and more employees and small-business owners are getting cut. they are getting cut because it is more and more expensive. it is just as exorbitant. it is never that high when it comes. every eight years, it doubles. á÷we have to put -- i am happy that there are more and more institutions that are shedding light. i can showing where members of congress receive their campaign contributions is a great w
will measure our success in the progress that is made by america's working families. today we will make not only history, but progress for america's working families. with that, i'm pleased to yield to our distinguished majority leader, who, without whose leadership we most certainly would not be in position to win today. the knowledge of these issues, his strategic thinking how to get us from here to there, and just persistence and more important than all of that, the respect with which he has held in our caucus for his opinions, has gotten us where we are today. mr. steny hoyer, democratic leader-- majority leader of the congress. . i want to thank my partner, the speaker of the house of representatives. nancy pelosi and i have worked side by side for many years to further the democratic agenda. to make america better, to make sure that working families have the opportunities and the security that they want and they need. i want to thanks, also, jim cliburn. i've known jim cliburn for all of my adult life and we sort out with the young democrats together almost a half century ago work
. what it was i don't know. he never talk anything bad about the war, or the walter reed or america, any of that. he was, you know, american guy. >> in silver spring, kathleen cairns, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> one neighbor at fort hood texas said hasan offered her frozen food, t-shirts, and a new quran saying he was about to be deployed overseas. >> another tragic story out of orlando where one is dead, five hurt after a shooting at a office building. suspected gunman is 40-year-old jason rodriguez. he once worked in the building where the shooting took place. people inside described the experiences. as they waited to be taken to safety. >> 5 or 6 of us. huddled in the office. hanging out waiting for the thing to come to an end. >> one of the things you see on movies. but never happens to you. >> sources say rodriguez was fired from an engineering firm based in the building two years ago. because of performance issues. >> a waldorf man knows his fate this evening after the attempted murder case of a pregnant crofton woman. keith daniels joins us with the verdict. >> prosecutors called it
there is a virus, bill, a politically correct virus running throughout bloodstream of america and it's killing. it's absolutely killing american journalism. here is a gunman how rightly say is either a muslim terrorist or a crazy person. and there did is reason for the media to believe that region played more than a passing part in all of this. somebody with his name went on a radical muslim web site and extolled the virtues of suicide bombing. he allegedly told friends that as a muslim he couldn't go to war and kill other muslims. so, what's the story line? not all but much of the lame stream media and, by the way, that's what i'm calling them from now on, the lame stream media, what's the story line they run with with? religion? of course not. can't do that he is a muslim. they run with post-traumatic stress syndrome because that gives them a chance to take a shot at a couple of wars they never liked from the get-go. bill: post-traumatic stress syndrome must be contagious because hasan never served. >> that's right, exactly. >> over there. >> that's right. he got it second hand. it's like second
hope everybody in america who has a toyota or a lexus made between 2004 a2010 h checked to see if you're vehicle is one of the ones affected by one of the oddest recalls of all time. 4 million vehicles approximately recalled because the driver floor mat could cause you to be in an accident and possibly even cause a fatal wreck. it's weird, isn't it? and the remedy, so simple. you pull out the floor mat on the driver's side and you let your carpet get dirty in the car. but most recalls aren't so simple as that. the shocker, though, that is most of the time even when there's a recall involving serious safety stuff, people don't respond, don't take their cars or trucks to the dealer. i want you to take care of it especially if it's steering, break, something like that. there's a website you can learn what's go on with your car,, check it out. i'm clark howard, check me out at >> for more ways to save more, spend less, avoid getting ripped off, don't miss the "clark howard show" noon eastern here on hln. >>> it was a dirty job, but a 33-year-old mystery
america and going over to the western caribbean. a tropical storm. sunshine today. 57-62. quite a bit warmer than yesterday. 68 degrees for the high tomorrow. 70 on monday. in the 60's for the rest of the week. a small chance for a shower on tuesday and on friday. >> most of us philip our car with gas. it can quickly ignite -- uill up our car with gas. it can quickly ignite. -- fill up our car with gas. it can quickly ignite. >> this comment pumps gas and get back into her car. when she touches the nozzle, static electricity ignites the fuel. this man tries to fill up a gas can without removing it from the truck. a man here is on his cell phone and starts to pump gas. you can see the result. a man pumping gas was killed. fire investigators have not determined the cause of that deadly fire. >> there was a melted piece of plastic. that was seized as evidence. it will be analyzed to see if it was a gas container. >> right now, we do not know the cause. >> right now, we still do not know the cause. >> some things can keep you safe when filling up your car with gas. the most important thin
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: as if this morning wasn't busy enough, we're also waiting for the commissioning of america's newest warship inspired by one of its darkest hours. the u.s.s. new york, the steel in its bow from ground zero, the twisted steel after the terror attacks. we're live where the ceremony is taking place just a short time from now. you will see it right here on fox news, live. plus we'll have more on the u.s.s. new york's incredible journey from ground zero to a louisiana shipyard and then back to new york. don't go away. u go next if you a hoveround power chair? the statue of liberty? the grand canyon? it's all possible with a hoveround. tom: hi i'm tom kruse, inventor and founder of hoveround. when we say you're free to see the world, we mean it. call today and get a free hoveround information kit that includes a video and full color brochure. dennis celorie: "it's by far the best chair i've ever owned." and if you qualify, get it for little or no money. jim plunkitt: "no cost. absolutely no cost to me." breaking news...when you call today, we'll include a free hoveround collapsible grabber with the purchas
: well while all of america is mourning the loss of 13 lives, for some, the pain of loss is much more heartfelt. among those killed in the fort hood massacre a baltimore soldier. juanita was a physician assistant who put herself through graduate school. her sister says juanita was a patriot. >> she loved her family and her girls and she loves her grandchildren. and she loved her country. and she believed she was doing what was right. a she was not the type of person that is going to sit and watch television and not think what's going on with the world. she wanted to make a difference. >> reporter: clinical psychologist major edwardo was killed in the massacre. two other members of his unit died as well and tonight in big cities and small towns, many other families are crying. >> she served a tour of duty in iraq and nothing happened and come home and she gets killed here. >> he's always been a hero even before this. and i think he is even more so just because he wasn't overseas killed in combat, i think he was i think he did something incredible effort. >> i was just shocked because
@m? >> up next. the eye popping higher cost of education. some say there's one czar america needs and he's not pictured here and the stocks to help you pay for or pay >> a new report out this week showing 58 universities now charging more than $50,000 a year and that's why mike says, america needs a tuition czar, mike? >> don't succumb to czar-noia. >> a higher education is absolutely essential to competing in the global market place. if we have someone looking into green energy, we should have someone looking into making sure that american high school students can afford a college education. >> it's iron ig, two people with no children here, evelyn, what do you think? >> 58 colleges might require $50,000 or more a year. vast majority charge less than that. if you don't want to pay more than $50,000, don't. go to a different college. the declaration of independent doesn't go the life, liberty and pursuant of harvard. >> czar-noia, not as many czars as obama. nobody wants to go through the confirmation process. that may be a couple hundred thousand kids and hope they enjoy themselves at
rihanna described chris brown that night. watch how it was first revealed on "good morning america". >> he had no soul in his eyes. just blank. he was clearly blacked out. there was no person when i looked at him. >> very open and honest about the entire thing. what's your take on this? a good idea to reveal such gruesome details of the evening? >> chris brown will have to work really hard to recover from this interview. she was revealing and more importantly, we finally heard from the victim after nine long months. she was humble, honest and you got the sense that she really didn't want to speak to hurt chris brown. she loves him. this will do her well and it's very damaging for chris brown. she told us what took place. everyone has been curious. we could not move on with her or chris brown unless we knew the details. she confirmed everything we have been hearing for months. >> absolutely. now we know the truth. we have been getting a lot of passionate phone calls about this. nicole from louisiana doesn't think that rihanna should have spoken out about the beating. listen. >> caller: i th
in america has health care. they all have access to health care. everybody doesn't own a health insurance policy. so the argument is there are 47 million that are uninsured. but when you subtract from that 47 million illegal aliens, immigrants, and those that qualify under an employer's plan or government plan or make over $75,000 a year, now you're down to 12.1 million americans, less than 4% that don't own a health insurance policy. i would say to democrats that are concerned about speaking to tea beag people, or tea party people today or when they go home, it's easy to do that this afternoon. get your primmer east of the capital at 1:00. we're gathering today. we're doing a press conference of we're going to ask real people to speak into the microphone, into the media, to lay out what's in their heads, in their hearts, and mix that in with congress. this is the last stand to defend our freedom and oppose this socialized medicine bill. jamie: congressman king, good to see you thank you very much. rick: the labor department reporting the unemployment rate took a dramatic leap upwards yes
and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. additional funding is provided by the following supporters -- >>> hello and good evening, i'm daljit dhaliwal. abbas has been seen by president obama and others as the leading palestinian supporter of a peaceful solution to the israeli/palestinian conflict. a voice moderation, abbas as president of the palestinian authority which governs palestinians in west bank. tonight, abbas' role and the peace process itself have been thrown no more uncertainty, after his announcement yesterday he will not run for another term. among other things, abbas has voiced frustration with u.s. policy, including last week's comments by secretary of state hillary clinton on israeli settlements. in tonight's "lead focus" we look at the abass decision, the view from israel and his ties to washington. and we begin with john tarat of al jazeera english. >> reporter: the first thing the new president, barack obama did on his first day in office in the white house on january was to telephone middle east leaders including mahmoud abbas. if president abbas thou
journey tonight that america's war dead do. they are being flown, brian, to dover air force base in delaware to a military mortuary, where they will eventually be turned over to their families. >> lester holt starting us off tonight from the main gate there at ft. hood in texas. lester, thanks. >>> and we are learning more tonight about the suspect, major hasan, his personality and his past. our pentagon correspondent jim miklaszewski has more on that angle tonight. jim, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. as we looked into nidal hasan's past, army officials agree that there were many warning signs that military commanders should have recognized as a potential threat. an american citizen, nidal hasan was born and raised in virginia, the son of palestinian immigrants. today at his grandmother's home in the west bank his cousin mohammed watched news reports of yesterday's attack. in an exclusive interview he told nbc news hasan claimed he had been constantly harassed by his fellow soldiers. >> translator: recently he tried to get out of the army because soldiers ridicul
in this -- at least the america's muslim community has been thrust into the spotlight as a result of the fort hood blood bath. we talked to some d.c. area muslims, including military veterans. they condemned the shootings, and offered insight into what might have provoked nidal hasan. >> reporter: all over e city, muslims answered the traditional noontime call to prayer, at the islamic center on massachusetts avenue. and another mosque across town on fourth street and northwest, what happened at fort hood was not far from their thoughts. >> we offer our condolences to all family members affected by this horrific event. >> reporter: some of those attending services are members of the muslim american veterans association. allah edris was a civilian language translator in the military who served in the gulf war. it upsets him that people point to nidal hasan's religion looking for explanations for the shooting. >> one person to misbehave, that is a criminal by himself. it's got nothing to do with muslim or christian. >> sometimes we have to take ourselves outside of our reelingen and look at the pers
, remains unified in. for those w would exploit. haened in america, which makes it more troubling. that's why when whave some kind incident like this happen, despite our attet every day to hance understanding of islam,nd up being one ep forward and two steps ba for our commumity. just e facts we have to face in the st 9/11 era. >> reporter: today, amecan muslim groups roundly condemed the atck, the american arab anti-discrination committee lled him a "rogue" gunman. >> woodward:he other main tory of the day was unemployment hittindouble digits for the first me since 1983. th u.s. labor department annnced the jobless rateose to 10.2% inctober, up four nths. the econo lost another 190,000 jobs last month. at a congressional hearing, though, the head of t bureau of labor statists said the rate of b losses is slowing. >> e last -- last ree months the lo has been more mad rate than the prior three months are the priorix months before that. last tee months job losses average 1,000, that is significantly lower than the unprecedented period, six month periodhere we lost about 645,000 jobs per
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